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Which family members may come with me to Canada when I immigrate?

As of August 1, 2014, Citizenship and Immigration Canada will be changing its definition of a dependent child for its immigration programs. As of that date, a dependent child will have to be under 19 years of age, instead of the previous limit of under 22 years of age. Find out more about the change in the definition of a dependent child.

The family members who can come with you to Canada when you immigrate include:

Your parents, grandparents and other family members cannot come to Canada with you. However, you may be able to apply to sponsor them to come to Canada after you immigrate here.


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